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(My friend Jeremy almost started a Tumblr that would solely contain Internet-dating photos of people at Machu Picchu, because this trend is actually getting quite comical and out of hand.) Anyway, my date, Josh, looked good, and after chatting with him via text, he seemed intelligent to boot.
We planned a date on a beautiful day in Brooklyn's Prospect Park (worlds better than Central Park, but of course).
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Naturally, we never spoke (er, texted) again, which was A-OK by me.
Last summer, I decided to meet up with a guy I came across on Happn.
I can't say I wasn't skeptical -- by then I'd had my fair share of disappointing dates -- but his pictures were fine, meaning there was a close-up of his face, there were no group shots of guys holding Bud Lights, and there was a lack of laughable snaps where he donned sunglasses while standing in front of a national landmark grinning like some kind of mythic conqueror.
People can pull a 180 personality flip when you least expect it.
One of the strangest online dating experiences I've ever had went down a couple weeks before my birthday last summer.Steven and I were getting along almost too well for the first couple hours of our date at an East Village bar.